Authors Sarah and Jennifer Diemer are working on Project Unicorn: A
Lesbian YA Extravaganza! There are currently 48 free YA stories to read, with another 48 on the way. Until the project is completed, new stories will arrive every Monday and Thursday.
Sarah Diemer also has a free read available on Amazon. Called The Witch Sea, it’s a lesbian fantasy story that will be included in the 2012 Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction book. Go grab a copy!
The first story in my Rymellan science fiction series is now available for free at Smashwords. The Rymellan series follows two lesbians, Lesley and Mo, from their late teens into adulthood. Lesley and Mo would love to spend the rest of their lives together, but they live in a strict society that chooses mates for its citizens. There’s no explicit sexual content, so the story is suitable for teens and adults.
worlds undone hosts a collection of stories about two women, llhaesa and Jahrae. The stories are divided into two novel-length collections, so there’s plenty to read. If you enjoy feminist lesbian fiction with a touch of sci fi, you’d do well to pay a visit. New stories are regularly added to the site.
Link: worlds undone
If you’re in the mood for a full-length novel, check out Gormglaith by Heidi Wyss. Wyss writes that Gormglaith is a “speculative fiction novel set in a plausible future with a Celtic bent.” You can read the novel online or download the PDF or ASCII text file (very portable).
Sapphic Voices has been showcasing lesbian fiction and poetry since 1997. Its Mission Statement invites writers to “tell us your story,” and many have. From Adventure to erotica to horror to romance, Sapphic Voices has it all. A Young Adult section is also available. Drop in for a visit—no matter what your taste, you’ll find a story or two (or three) to read.
Link: Sapphic Voices